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And scientists think they are so smart...Lol.
Uranus isn't gas! It's got a land mass underneath it, it's just covered in noxious fumes!
So still fits rather well, hard lump inside, gaseous outside.
How can you have 100% land then 100% land and lava. Surely it would be 50% land or 50% lava, or 70% 30% or something. Not 100% land and lava. This just makes no sense whatsoever.
Also where is your proof? You do know the proper format for establishing a scientific theorem? You've established a THEORY. Now you need to collect valid and reliable EVIDENCE by conducting TESTS before posting a CONCLUSION!!!
Not only this, you have posted Pluto, which isn't even a planet and so should not be included in this. It is an errant piece of information. Furthermore, there is no sense of scale. Do you really expect us to believe that all of these planets and Pluto are the same size?
Disappointing to say the least.
I'm off to go do my own research to counter your theory.... and shit
P.S. Upvoted for lulz, downvoted for GAS being all capitals.
It's not saying it is both 100% land and 100% lava. It's saying within that 100%, the makeup is land and lava. So, yeah, it makes sense.
No one said this is a scientific claim, it's meant to be funny, not exact.
Why would they all have to be to scale for this to be funny?
I still consider Pluto a planet.
Agreed that the GAS thing is annoying.
Further more, how can you upvote and downvote? It's either one or the other. Makes no sense whatsoever.
Pluto was a planet, and still is. Just a dwarf planet, but a planet nonetheless. Do they really all HAVE to be to scale? It's not MEANT to be taken literally. It's a joke. A funny thing. Something to laugh at. NOT, as you choose to believe, something to be disproved.
Um, Pluto the dog is named after the planet. And the Mars candy bar is named after the planet too. Mars is the name of the roman god of war, and pluto is the name of the Roman god of the dead. Mercury is the Roman equivalent of Hermes. And the Romans couldn't have know venus wasn't fertile. But I appreciate the humor in this :)